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Thermal and Structural Aspects of the Hydride-Conducting Oxyhydride La2LiHO3 Obtained via a Halide Flux Method

Thermal and Structural Aspects of the Hydride-Conducting Oxyhydride La2LiHO3 Obtained via a Halide Flux Method
Øystein S. Fjellvåg, Anja O. Sjåstad, Jeff Armstrong, Wojciech A. Sławiński
The orthorhombic oxyhydride La2LiHO3 has been synthesized as small single crystals by an unexplored halide flux method that favors high-quality samples. The route opens up for gram-scale samples and the synthesis of new oxyhydrides. The crystal structure, thermal stability, and intermediate decomposition products are investigated in detail.

Publisher URL: http://dx.doi.org/10.1021/acs.inorgchem.7b01409

DOI: 10.1021/acs.inorgchem.7b01409

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